Lehigh guard and NBA draft hopeful C.J. McCollum is back at full speed three months after suffering a left foot injury.
And it's like he never left.
After the senior's college career was cut short, McCollum didn't let up during one of his first full practices. McCollum hit jump shots. He honed his ball-handling skills. He finished off the dribble. He even threw in a couple dunks.
It sure sounds like the preseason All-American is ready to prove to NBA scouts that he's back. The potential lottery pick has three months to perfect his skills before the June 27 draft.
''I am doing everything I did when I was working out in the preseason,'' McCollum said in a conference call Friday.
McCollum didn't play after Jan. 5, when he broke his left foot during a 59-55 loss at Virginia Commonwealth. He was leading the country in scoring (25.7 points) at the time of the injury.
The smooth, 6-foot-3 guard finished as the Patriot League's career scoring le...